Love managing the spread and source QC in two separate systems? Or merging two datasets of varying formats to accommodate mixed nodal and cable acquisitions? We didn’t think so. All Inova recording systems are powered by a robust software called iX1 that consolidates source control and spread management into one simplified view for the Observer. It also enables single command and control over hybrid nodal and cable-based operations with two Inova systems working together on a survey (G3i HD + Hawk; or G3i HD + Quantum).Learn More
Accuseis Sensor Specs
|Digital Quantization||24 bits (23 + sign)|
|Sample Rates||4ms, 2ms, 1ms, 0.5ms|
|Frequency Response||DC to 400Hz|
|Low-Cut Filter Options||3Hz, 1.45Hz, OUT|
|Operating Temperatures||-40C to +75C|
|Time Standard||Phase locked to acquisition system clock|
What does it all mean? Vibroseis terms can be confusing, and there are many terms used in seismic acquisition today. This is exacerbated by the fact that, in some instances, the same term is used with a different meaning depending on the context it is being applied. Our team here at INOVA discuss vibroseis terminology and explains terms like fundamental ground force and peak ground force as well as other common terms used today.
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